For last night's premiere of Think Like a Manthe biggest nightmare of a romantic comedy for so many reasons—the red carpet fashions seemed to set the tone for what's sure to be a cinematic shitshow.

This movie is about how giving shitty advice to women about how they can land themselves a man, and while I can't get on board with any of it, I think it's safe to say that you (Meagan Good) probably shouldn't wear a wedding gown when you're not a bride.

Jennifer Hudson (her hair still recovering from what that Roberto Cavalli dress did to it) looked cute and casual in her blue suede shoes.

Other than J. Hud, this was kind of as good as it got last night (Kelly Rowland, Gabrielle Union, Sharon Leal).

Having the same outfit idea—in this case, a blue dress, a tuxedo jacket, a cylindrical black clutch, and gray shoes—is even more embarrassing than wearing the same dress. And then Serena Williams and Michelle Williams were forced to pose together! They share a last name and maybe a stylist?

I love seeing Top Models (Yaya DaCosta, Tocara) out and about, doing well. Remember when Tyra told Yaya to apologize to the African hat?

Lace was super trendy on the red carpet. While I liked Gina Rodriguez's yellow and navy combo, I thought Arielle Kebbel was, at best, so-so and Meagan Tandy's fleur-de-lis necklace was super Claire's Boutique.

So, how many fucking statement necklaces do you want to wear, LaLa?

Regina Hall's purple-leather-studded-people-eater ensemble was real mafioso, like Marisa Tomei in My Cousin Vinny.

Taraji P. Henson was just so wrong all over. Fuschia lipstick, an orange clutch and red shoes all with that beige monstrosity that was too big on top and too shiny on the bottom.

Yikes to Melyssa Ford's "I didn't get asked to go until the day before the prom" dress. Doesn't Lisa Leslie have someone there with her to hold her bowling bag during her poses? Lastly, Ja'net Dubois commits the ultimate fashion sin: Nude hose, open toes.